Let not the fat cows in NDC deceive you!
As election 2016 looms, the well-placed members of the NDC party and their agents and assigns have hit the campaign trail. What message have they got for the suffering Ghanaians, thus, the ordinary Ghanaians? Nothing, but the usual deceits called in their own political parlance or jargon as “propaganda”.
How on earth, should one who has been suffering all these years, forced to pay unbearably high utility (electricity and water) bills, constantly increasing transportation fares, been witnessing practice of selective justice where members of the NDC get away with blue murder while others belonging to the other political parties get mercilessly punished for same offence, allow themselves to be fooled by these NDC fat cows?
The ordinary Ghanaians form the majority of people who have become victims to the institutional corruption glaringly being perpetrated and perpetuated by the NDC fat cows.
Why then should you, a victim, let go your only chance to set yourself free from the obviously divide and rule administration by President Mahama and his NDC government which has detrimental effect on your person, family and the majority of your fellow Ghanaians, by not exercising your franchise prudently on 7 December 2016?
Why should you allow President Mahama and the NDC fat cows to come to deceive you with insignificant one-off incentives or gifts like few kilos of fertilizers, tins of sardines, machetes, cloths etc. to get your votes for nearly free to get them re-elected only to start making your lives worse than before?
If we should allow ourselves to be influenced by such minor gifts to do the unthinkable, to continue to be mired in suffering, then I am afraid we may not be far from fishes that are baited with pieces of worm on a hook into their death.
Now, a person like Koku Anyidoho has been talking with all the force that he can muster. He has as usual been impersonating, publishing his views and lies in the names of Margret Jackson and Nana Akua Tweneboah Kodua. This is somebody that some poor and suffering people will listen to and then be influenced to do his bidding. While he gets well paid, drives around in expensive cars, puts up houses and probably is able to commit crimes with impunity, you the poor person gets nothing yet, you want him to fool you with his sweet lies.
Look at Madam Akua Donkor, that typical stomach politician, the lapdog of President Mahama, who recently announced to the entire world in a video recorded interview granted to Kofi Adoma Onwawani of Adom TV and FM radio, that President Mahama has given her two expensive cars and a house in a posh location in Accra.
For what Akua Donkor has got and continue to get, an accomplice in the corruption President Mahama has visited upon Ghanaians, she will go every length to defend President Mahama and the NDC despite the fact that the President is corrupt, incompetent, and clueless and is mismanaging the affairs of Ghana. She will also move Heaven and earth to tell lies aimed at discrediting the NPP and Nana Akufo Addo, all for what she stands to gain as an individual person.
Why should you, a suffering and poor Ghanaian who has the same voting power (one man or one person one vote) as any of the mentioned two people and their other like-minded rogues, allow them to feed fat at your expense if not ignorance?
Please, now is your chance to set yourself free from the shackles of suffering and slavery that President Mahama and the NDC have psychologically put around your wrists and legs.
LET THE BLOWING WIND OF CHANGE BE YOUR PORTION, OH, FELLOW SUFFERING GHANAIAN.
Do not allow sweet lying words from Kofi Adams, President Mahama Koku Anyidoho, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, Akua Donkor, Omane Boamah etc., fool you. They will use those lies to keep you stagnating in poverty and ignorance whilst they prosper to position their families to rule you for ever.
Let election 2016 bring a positive change in your life. However, remember that the anticipated positive change can never be brought about by the NDC and President Mahama but by Nana Akufo Adofo and the NPP.
I leave you with the words, “Once bitten, twice shy” and “Had I known is always at last”
I hope you will muse on my admonition to you to decide in a manner that your White peers will see you as intelligent persons who know when and how to bring about positive changes in their lives seizing an opportunity offered to them.